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Cold Case Warm-Up: Crime Stoppers Seeking Information In 2015 Disappearance

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Montgomery County Gazette
Montgomery County Gazette
 17 days ago
Danielle Sleeper, 32, has not been seen or heard from since March 22, 2015.Montgomery County Crime Stoppers

By: Jessica Shorten

CONROE, TX – The Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office is kicking off a new quarter with a new cold case spotlight as Detectives are seeking any information relating to the 2015 disappearance of Danielle Sleeper.

32 year-old Danielle Sleeper was last seen by friends at a BBQ off Bowler Road near FM 1488 in Waller County with her husband and 3 year-old son March 21, 2015. After staying into the early morning hours of the next day, attendees stated Danielle and her husband had gotten into an argument before all three family members left together in the husband’s 1996 Ford F-350. Danielle Sleeper had driven her own vehicle to the BBQ, but left it there when she left in her husband’s vehicle to return to their home on Turtle Dove Lane in Magnolia.

Later that morning, Danielle’s husband apparently left to run errands with friends, leaving Danielle asleep at home. When the husband returned that afternoon, Danielle was not in the home and her purse and cell phone were gone. Danielle’s vehicle had been left at the BBQ in Waller County the night before, and so it is unclear how, or with whom, she left. Danielle Sleeper has not bee seen or heard from since.

Danielle is a Caucasian female approximately 5’7” tall, 120 lbs. with shoulder length dark brown hair and hazel eyes. Danielle has a "tribal" tattoo on the top her left foot, a frog tattoo on the inside of her right ankle with the names Dylan (on the top) and Colton (on the bottom.) She also has a cross tattoo on her back with a red-orange-yellow fade.

A reward of up to $21,000 is being offered for information which leads to the arrest of any individuals involved in Danielle’s disappearance by Crime Stoppers.

Anyone with information related to Danielle’s disappearance is asked to contact Multi-County Crime Stoppers at 1-800-392-STOP [7867], free app P3TIPS, or our website at and refer to case #15A004609.